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The X Factor 2009 – Alicia Keys: Medley – Live Results 8 (itv.com/xfactor)

The X Factor 2009 – Alicia Keys: Medley – Live Results 8 (itv.com/xfactor)


The X Factor 2009: Alicia Keys treats us to a medley of her songs Empire State of Mind, Doesn’t Mean Anything and No-one! See more at www.itv.com

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Daughtry – Call Your Name (Leave This Town 2009) NEW

Daughtry – Call Your Name (Leave This Town 2009) NEW


off Daughtry’s new album Leave This Town – www.FlyRingtones.net for ringtones! LEAVE THIS TOWN Track Listing 1. You Don’t Belong 2. No Surprise 3. Every Time You Turn Around 4. Life After You 5. What I Meant to Say 6. Open Up Your Eyes 7. September 8. Ghost Of Me 9. Learn My Lesson 10. Supernatural 11. Tennessee Line 12. Call Your Name

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DJ Sos Drum & Bass Mix July 2009

DJ Sos Drum & Bass Mix July 2009


A long awaited new mix for you! Tracklist 1. Dope Amo – Dis (Benny Page remix) 2. Wildlife – Sugar Me 3. Logistics – Jungle Music 4. Jenna G – Quicklove 5. EZ Rollers – Here I am Please join my facebook group DJ Sos for info and downloads Practise and enjoy

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Google I/O 2009 Keynote, pt. 6

Google I/O 2009 Keynote, pt. 6


Video footage from Day 1 keynote at Google I/O 2009 For Google I/O session videos, presentations, developer interviews and more, go to: code.google.com/io

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Google I/O 2009 Keynote, pt. 3

Google I/O 2009 Keynote, pt. 3


Video footage from Day 1 keynote at Google I/O 2009 For Google I/O session videos, presentations, developer interviews and more, go to: code.google.com/io

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Google I/O 2009 Keynote, pt. 9

Google I/O 2009 Keynote, pt. 9


Video footage from Day 1 keynote at Google I/O 2009 For Google I/O session videos, presentations, developer interviews and more, go to: code.google.com/io

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Google I/O 2009 – Transactions Across Datacenters..

Google I/O 2009 – Transactions Across Datacenters..


Google I/O 2009 – Transactions Across Datacenters (and Other Weekend Projects) Ryan Barrett — Contents — 0:55 – Background quotes 2:30 – Introduction: multihoming for read/write structured storage 5:12 – Three types of consistency: weak, eventual, strong 10:00 – Transactions: definition, background 12:22 – Why multihome? Why try do anything across multiple datacenters? 15:30 – Why *not* multihome? 17:45 – Three kinds of multihoming: none, some, full 27:35 – Multihoming techniques and how to evaluate them 28:30 – Technique #1: Backups 31:39 – Technique #2: Master/slave replication 35:42 – Technique #3: Multi-master replication 39:30 – Technique #4: Two phase commit 43:53 – Technique #5: Paxos 49:35 – Conclusion: no silver bullet. Embrace the tradeoffs! 52:15 – Questions — End — If you work on distributed systems, you try to design your system to keep running if any single machine fails. If you’re ambitious, you might extend this to entire racks, or even more inconvenient sets of machines. However, what if your entire datacenter falls off the face of the earth? This talk will examine how current large scale storage systems handle fault tolerance and consistency, with a particular focus on the App Engine datastore. We’ll cover techniques such as replication, sharding, two phase commit, and consensus protocols (eg Paxos), then explore how they can be applied across datacenters. For presentation slides and all I/O sessions, please go to: code.google.com/events/io/sessions.html

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Google I/O 2009 – Building Applications in the Cloud

Google I/O 2009 – Building Applications in the Cloud


Google I/O 2009 – Building Applications in the Cloud Eric Bidelman, Anil Sabharwal, Ondrej Hrebicek, Sandosh Vasudevan — Contents — 0:21 – What we’re going to cover 1:52 – The Documents List API in the past 2:40 – The API as it exists today – many more features! 3:43 – Important enterprise use cases to cover 5:55 – gDocsBar partner demo 11:01 – Syncplicity partner demo 18:40 – Overview of the Google Data Protocol 20:40 – Example: requesting the user’s document list 21:11 – Client Libraries make things easier! 21:45 – 1. Migration 22:32 – Upload Content 23:02 – Demo: GDocsBackup 23:36 – How? Exporting documents 24:15 – 2. Sync 24:20 – Python library example 25:22 – 3. Query model 28:22 – Demo: DocList Manager Ruby on Rails 31:17 – Spreadsheets API 32:05 – 4. Sharing (ACLs) 34:13 – 5. Discovery 34:22 – 2 Legged OAuth for Google Apps 35:57 – Demo: Legal Discovery Tool 37:52 – Example of 2 Legged OAuth in Java 39:00 – Demo – OffiSync 41:20 – Wrap Up & Resources 41:50 Q&A — End — In this session we’ll explore how you can develop compelling web applications to manage and manipulate hosted documents, spreadsheets and photos. Emphasis will be on the Documents List Data API, including handling revisions, modifying sharing parameters, downloading and converting files, copying documents to different users, generating thumbnail previews, and even enterprise use cases such as 2-legged OAuth and legal discovery. This session will also include exciting new demonstrations from

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Google Internet Summit 2009: Welcome by Eric Schmidt

Google Internet Summit 2009: Welcome by Eric Schmidt


Google Internet Summit 2009: The State of the Internet May 5, 2009 Welcoming remarks by Eric Schmidt. On May 5 and 6, 2009, in Mountain View, we brought together Googlers and leaders from academia and the corporate world for a 2-day summit to discuss the state of the global Internet. The goal of the summit was to collect a wide range of knowledge to inform Google’s future plans–from product development and market reach to users’ expectations and our ability to keep the Internet open yet secure. More than 30 speakers and moderators led discussions around 8 topics: Networks; Wireless and Sensor Technologies; Security; Standards; Applications; Democracy, Law, Policy and Regulation; Search and Cloud Computing; and The Future. Eric Schmidt, who offered some remarks, expressed optimism that the challenges we face with governments’ walling off access to the Internet can be overcome technologically by building networks that are transparent, scalable, and open.

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CES 2009 Keynote Palm Pre (2 of 7): webOS, Mojo, Synergy

CES 2009 Keynote Palm Pre (2 of 7): webOS, Mojo, Synergy


Part 1: www.youtube.com Part 2: www.youtube.com Part 3: www.youtube.com Part 4: www.youtube.com Part 5: www.youtube.com Part 6: www.youtube.com Part 7: www.youtube.com Operating System: Palm webOS (Linux) Application Framework: Palm Mojo (HTML5, CSS, JavaScript) Specification: * High-speed connectivity (EVDO Rev. A or UMTS HSDPA) * Wi-Fi 802.11 b/g * Integrated GPS * Large 3.1-inch touch screen with a vibrant 24-bit color 320×480 resolution HVGA display * Gesture area, which enables simple, intuitive gestures for navigation * Slide-out QWERTY keyboard * Email, including Outlook EAS (for access to corporate Microsoft Exchange servers), as well as personal email support (POP3, IMAP) * Robust messaging support (IM, SMS and MMS capabilities) * High-performance, desktop-class web browser * Great multimedia experience and performance (pictures, video playback, music), featuring a 3-megapixel camera with LED flash and extended depth of field, and a standard 3.5mm headset jack * Bluetooth(R) 2.1 + EDR with A2DP stereo Bluetooth support * 8GB of internal user storage (~7.4GB user available) * USB mass storage mode * MicroUSB connector with USB 2.0 Hi-Speed * Proximity sensor, which automatically disables the touch screen and turns off the display whenever you put the phone up to your ear * Light sensor, which dims the display if the ambient light is dark, such as at night or in a movie theater, to reduce power usage * Accelerometer, which automatically orients web pages and photos

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